Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a brand new Star Wars game developed by Respawn Entertainment, was originally revealed on April 9 when the official Twitter of EA Star Wars published a picture of what appears to be a damaged Lightsaber lying on top of a runic circle.

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The initial teaser picture

A few days after that, during the Star Wars Celebration 2019 event, we received more information about this upcoming release through a cinematic trailer that introduced a new protagonist and teased a bit about the story. The game will tell of the adventure of Cal Kestis, a young Jedi padawan trying to find ways to survive in the dark age following Order 66 – the order issued by Emperor Palpatine (who is secretly the Sith Lord Darth Sidious) that had the vast majority of Jedi killed.

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At the event, Respawn Head Vince Zampella also confirmed that Fallen Order will be an exclusively single-player game, meaning there will be no microtransactions nor multiplayer.

Since then, fans had been expecting to hear more about this highly-anticipated title on May the Fourth, the International Star Wars Day, and true enough, Respawn did not disappoint. The studio has announced that we’ll finally be able to get a glimpse of the gameplay at EA Play and E3 this June. The news was confirmed on Respawn’s official Twitter page, with more details promised to arrive soon.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will feature a combination of exploration, puzzle-solving, and combat. Players will be able to wield both a lighsaber and the Force to engage in melee-heavy combat, which Respawn described as "thoughtful" and difficult to master. Hopefully, we will get to see everything in action next month.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is scheduled to launch later this year on November 15.